The 909

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Equity Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Fiction - 244 pages
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THE 909 -- A group of young Americans are living in Riverside in the years after the dot-com crash of 2000. Before the crash, they might have become investment bankers or lawyers, but the experience of so much loss and economic hardship has undermined their belief in traditional American values, and sent them off to "The 909" in search of new experiences. Now they're living as artists and writers, going from bar to bar, drinking too much, gossiping more than working, and exploring a new sexual freedom. Nothing, we learn, will improve for these people. If they're lost, they won't be found; if they're forsaken, they won't be redeemed.

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Jim Stewart is Professor in Leadership and HRM and Director of the Human Resource Development and Leadership Unit at Leeds Metropolitan University.

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